Experience Reports - Java Edition

Description:

In this session, Mark was joined by community members who took the challenges on and solved them using Java. During each experience report, the speakers demonstrated their final solutions, explaining the approach they took, the tooling they chose, the decisions they made and how they overcame the problems they faced while solving these challenges.

These experience reports will give you real-world insight into how your peers solved the same problems. Demonstrating how there is always more than one way to solve a problem, and how fortunate we are to have a plethora of tooling in the testing/quality space. Not only will you get to see the technical solutions to the challenges, we all love to geek over some code, but you’ll also hear about the problem-solving techniques people use and how they manage their work. Learn the steps and actions taken when tooling presents them with errors or the application under test isn’t behaving how we thought it should.

Ioan Solderea - I am one of those people who want to know all about all but will also be happy knowing a lot about a lot. Because of this, I choose to be a tester since you get to learn always new technologies, you get to test in the most diverse areas and it is always fun to tell people you found a bug.

Rashmi Priya - I am a tester with around 5 years of experience, recently I dipped my toes in automation testing. So far I am enjoying coding and turning my testing ideas to run automatically.

Paul Gareze - Hi, I'm Paul. I have over 10 years experience in testing with the majority of that specifically focused on test automation. I enjoy working with teams to build quality into their development processes, in turn helping to successfully deliver software that provides a great experience for users. I have a passion for learning and continual improvement and I am keen to share my experience to support others.

Richard Bradshaw - an experienced tester, consultant and generally a friendly guy. He shares his passion for testing through consulting, training and giving presentations on a variety of topics related to testing. He is a fan of automation that supports testing. With over 10 years testing experience, he has a lot of insights into the world of testing and software development. Richard is a very active member of the testing community and is currently the BossBoss at The Ministry of Testing. Richard blogs at thefriendlytester.co.uk. He is also the creator of the YouTube channel, Whiteboard Testing.